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Used to express contemptuous rejection of someone.
- ‘I would like to add, on a more personal note: get knotted, bandylegs.’
- ‘If they find the place desperately ‘uninteresting’, they can get knotted.’
- ‘With Debbie back at our house, I made an executive decision and told them to get knotted.’
- ‘Instead of wasting his breath answering her specific points, he listed all his Government's glorious achievements and told her, basically, to get knotted.’
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